Location: Located in Sanganer, 16 km away from Jaipur, this temple can be easily reached by bus or by train. From railway station one can take a taxi, bus, tempo etc. Nearest airport is located in Santander.
Description: Jain Mandir is a seven storied building with eight spires that seem to be touching the sky. It is a beautiful shrine and draws similarity to Delwara Temples of Mount Abu. The temple was constructed in various phases and finally completed in the 10th century. Presiding deity of this temple is lord Adinath and his idol is considered to be around 400 years old. The stone used for the construction of the idol is local stone and it is a fine piece of art which proves the talent of the artists of that period. Splendid sculptures and exquisite carvings are the features of this temple that has been built with red stone.
Activities: Tourists can watch and appreciate the visual delights of this temple, as attractive images of lord Parsavnath with seven serpent lids decorate the inner sanctum of the Jain Mandir. Enthralling figurines of elephants that are seen pouring water from carafes, lotuses and lianas are also housed in this temple.